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Milk in French 🇫🇷

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How to say “milk” in French? “Lait”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “lait” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on milk in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

French Sentences with the Word “Milk”

French sentence with “lait” English translation for lait S

N’oubliez pas d’acheter du lait.

Don’t forget to buy the milk.

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lait info.

Tips to remember the French word ‘lait’:
1. Associate it with the English word “milk” which sounds similar.
2. Visualize a milk carton or a glass of milk while learning the word.
3. Repeat the word multiple times to reinforce your memory.

In French, ‘lait’ means “milk”. It is a masculine noun, so it is used with masculine articles like “le” or “un”.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Le lait de vache” means “cow’s milk” in French.
– “Le lait maternel” refers to “breast milk”.

Alternate meanings or slang:
There are no alternate meanings or slang terms associated specifically with ‘lait’.

Examples of sentences:
1. J’ai besoin de lait pour faire du café. (I need milk to make coffee.)
2. Les enfants boivent du lait tous les matins. (Children drink milk every morning.)
3. Mon frère est allergique au lait de vache. (My brother is allergic to cow’s milk.)

[NOTE: The tips, explanations, other words, alternate meanings, and examples provided above are aimed at helping you understand and remember the French word ‘lait’. Practice and exposure to French language materials will further enhance your familiarity with the word and its correct usage.]

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lait info.

Tips to remember the French word ‘lait’:
– Associate ‘lait’ with a common English word ‘late,’ and imagine you are late to drink your milk.
– Visualize ‘lait’ as an abbreviation for “Look, A(n) Incredible Treat!” to associate it with milk.
– Use the rhyme and similarity in sound: “Milk in the day, in French we say ‘lait’.”

– ‘Lait’ is the French term for milk. It comes from the Latin word “lac, lactis”.
– It is pronounced [le] or [lɛ], where the ‘ai’ sounds like the ‘e’ in ‘bed’.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– There are no exact synonyms for ‘lait’ in French, as it directly translates to milk, but terms for different types of milk include:
– ‘Lait écrémé’ (skimmed milk)
– ‘Lait demi-écrémé’ (semi-skimmed milk)
– ‘Lait entier’ (whole milk)

Alternate meanings/slang:
– There may not be a direct slang term for ‘lait’, but in French, ‘lait’ can also be used in various expressions, for example:
– ‘verser du lait’ – to pour milk
– ‘avoir du lait sur le feu’ – to have something like milk on the stove, implying that you have something that needs immediate attention.

Examples of sentences that use ‘lait’:
– Je bois un verre de lait chaque matin. (I drink a glass of milk every morning.)
– Peux-tu acheter du lait en rentrant à la maison ? (Can you buy some milk on your way home?)
– Les crêpes sont meilleures avec un peu de lait. (The pancakes are better with a bit of milk.)
– Mon café est trop fort, je vais ajouter du lait. (My coffee is too strong, I’m going to add some milk.)

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